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World Music Features

Maria Bethânia
Bethânia is now Brazil´s most respected and celebrated female artist. But in the 1960s, she was a legend in the making.
By Eliseo Cardona

M.I.A.
Something is certainly working for Maya Arulpragasam, a 27-year-old former Sri Lankan refugee now known as the artist/performer M.I.A. The press has latched onto this hip-hopping electro-clasher for her rather intriguing upbringing.
By Derek Beres

Ladysmith Black Mambazo
Think of world music, and a handful of names spring automatically to mind. Among them, without a doubt, is South Africa’s Ladysmith Black Mambazo, with their immediately recognizable Zulu harmonies.
By Chris Nickson

Gilles Peterson
Gilles Peterson’s influence on the U.K.’s jazz/world dancefloor scene is inestimable. Though jazz and soul have always the mainstays of Gilles’ music policy over the years, he has consistently championed world grooves on the dancefloor too.
By Paul Sullivan

Seu Jorge
For Seu Jorge's parents, “the real measurement of success was that I become a man with dignity, a man with his own internal compass and was not compromised."
By Marty Lipp

Rupee
Soca’s international spotlight is shining on Barbados’ Rupee, whose music, a soca-pop-dancehall hybrid, is often characterized and criticized as not being, well, authentic soca.
By Patricia Meschino

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